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Best things to do in Berlin

Bus Stop
“Must-see in Berlin. Come and walk some of the remains of the wall that separated Berlin up until 1989. Various artists have decorated the wall and it is a very popular photo-opp while in Berlin. ”
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Historic Site
“Bernauer Strasse, a street on the border between the Berlin districts of Wedding and Mitte, was a focal point of the German - German postwar history. The construction of the Wall and its consequences for the residents of the divided city were especially dramatic here. ”
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Monument / Landmark
“Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe by Peter Eisenman, with an unmissable underground documentation center.”
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Palace
“Initially constructed as a summer palace, today it is the most splendid palace in Berlin, with extensive gardens. Located directly by the Spree, you’ll feel like you’ve been transported back in time to the rococo period and the days of the Prussian kingdom as you stroll through the park.”
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History Museum
“ In addition to curating Jewish history, the Jewish Museum features collections of Jewish art. The permanent exhibition "Two Millennia of German Jewish History" presented Germany through the eyes of the Jewish minority. The Rafael Roth Gallery is located in the basement of the Jewish Museum Berlin. The collection is now divided into four areas: ceremonial objects and applied arts, fine arts, photography, and lastly, everyday culture. There are also temporary exhibits featuring a broad range of themes, eras and genres. Open every day from 9:00 to 20:00.”
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General Entertainment
“Shopping, clubbing, restaurants and a great street food market und saturdays - check out the historic brewery right across the street.”
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Art Museum
“you might wanna budget a few hours for that biggest museum of contemporary art in berlin. they have a big permanent collection where they exchange whats on display every few months and usually one or more special exhibits. the old former trainstation budilding is beautiful and expanded with a BIG hall in the back, so if you feel like it you can easily spent hours in the museum... nice shop too btw ;)”
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History Museum
“One of Berlin's most iconic museums. A must-see for art history enthusiasts. They house an impressive antiquity collection, as well as Islamic art and artifacts from different civilizations from the Middle East. One of the few museums in Berlin that do not close on Mondays. Open every day from 10:00 ato 18:00.”
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History Museum
“Fantastic cool experience! Guided tours in the under grounds of Berlin. Lots of different languages available. Get the deeb rooted history under your skin!”
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Art Museum
“Great art exhibition shows are similarly engaging and exciting! I have learnt so much about contemporary art over here. Check it out!”
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Science Museum
“For children of all ages and adults. Very cool and thought-provoking displays.”
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Science Museum
“The Museum of Natural History of Berlin is an excellent place to visit and just around the corner from us. Among its countless specimens is a huge dinosaur skeleton, housed in the first great hall with impressive skylights. Measuring 13,27 meters tall, this skeleton makes your entrance in the museum a really impactful experience. Open from Tuesday to Sunday, between 9:30/10:00 and 18:00.”
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Art Museum
“Museum of modern art, photography and architecture. The permanent and temporary exhibitions are displayed across two floors of the building; there is also an auditorium, an archive, a library, a study room, and an art school for children and adults. The oldest works in the Gallery's ownership date from 1870. The museum also owns a large graphic art collection (around 15,000 works) as well as photographs and architectural models, and sometimes hosts contemporary installations. Open every day except for Tuesdays. Opening hours: 10:00 to 18:00.”
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History Museum
“Built on the site of the Gestapo and SS headquarters, the Topography of Terror consists of an indoor exhibition documenting the atrocities carried out during the Nazi regime and an outdoor walking trail following the outline of the former buildings. Open every day from 9:00 to 20:00.”
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Museum
“You can find in this beautifull park museum, all kinds of rare plantes from all over the world.”
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History Museum
“The DDR Museum is unique, extraordinary and one of the most visited museums in Berlin. See the everyday life of a past state.”
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